During the current election campaign, for the first time in American history, President Barack Obama and the “left” have made success in America to be negative.
Facebook says they brought in $1.18 billion, up from the $895 million reported this time last year. But there was a net loss of $157 million, or 8 cents a share.
Chris discusses the opening of the new Barnes Foundation, the passing of Barry Gibb and Philadelphia Councilman Jim Kenney’s plan to use inmates to pick up litter. He talks to Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup about how religion will be used in the Presidential Campaign, to Keegan Gibson, from Politics PA, about the case against Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin, and to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel about getting kicked out of a game last week.
Facebook has announced plans to go public — and the company is hoping to raise five billion dollars in its initial offering of stock a few months from now.
All Facebook users now have a limited amount of time to migrate over to Facebook’s Timeline format and edit their virtual pasts.
Facebook isn’t finished with its design overhaul. At a conference in San Francisco, the site’s CEO unveiled sweeping changes that are coming soon to your profile.
Chris is angry about how the media is covering the rising energy prices, recaps the President’s Facebook town hall, examines the Philadelphia Orchestra’s bankruptcy and debates the designation of a hate crime. He talks to Fox News Senior National Correspondent, John Roberts, about Marcellus Shale drilling in Pennsylvania and James Babb, co-founder of Do Not Fly.
Call it a Facebook facelift. In an interview with CBS’ 60 Minutes, founder Mark Zuckerberg announced the new layout would appear less like an extended scrapbook and more like a mini-biography.